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    good job ... i c you work a loot you should spend a little time at pencils ... oo an i like your arsenal of pencils very impresive ...


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    Thanks, m0uS3r (< I tried to type the nick and almost broke my fingers). I have the rotrings now and almost exclusively draw with them. I'll update the tools-picture as soon as I can.

    HELP!
    I've been thinking my brains out as to what portable painting device I should get lately. I was a modbook-disciple since the day it was announced, but I've reconsidered. So maybe you guys can help me.

    What I have right now is an old Apple Cinema Display which works fine for it's age. And an A5 ( 6x8 ) tablet.

    Option No.1 is:
    Modbook. It would cost me 1780 euros. I think the only two reasons for a modbook are:
    - painting directly onto the screen
    - getting laid

    Option No.2 is:
    MacBook 13" black (1450) and WACOM graphire A6 (100) for the portables
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    Sell my Int3 A5 (will sell for about 200) and get an Int3 A5wide/6x11 (330) for use at home
    Total: 1680 euros

    I don't know. Anyone here with experience carrying around a laptop AND a tablet? I always have a robust messenger bag with me and the stuff would fit in there.

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    Here's a speedy I did after I came home from work.

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    ... and a self portrait I made yesterday night. Yesterday it looked like me, today I can't really tell. Looks wrong.

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    ... and a piece of graphic design I've been working on some hours last week. It's what some people would call a WIP.

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    ... and another one that first was in the above, bigger piece. It didn't fit in there stylistically and got it's own stage.

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    Tomorrow I have to go on a canoe-trip with some of the kids of my school. I'm actually looking forward to it, I haven't been canoing for years. But with 8 difficult kids on the river? So if I'm not back until tomorrow evening, you know I drowned.

    Here's a midnight portrait-pooper. It will probably look absolutely wrong when I look at it the next time. Anyways, it was fun. How do I make the eyes look more male and serious? These guys always look like they're near to sleeping in.

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    Midnight madness. "Monsieur Lassard's Office". Started in Painter, most of it in PS afterwards.

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    dig the sb the last pic is off the hook 8)

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    hey jabo,
    coole stimmung in deinen bildern (vor allem den landschaften).
    das letzte hier gef&#228;llt mir sehr!

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    Grandmassa Mr. Spect: Thanks!
    Arne: Danke. Freut mich sehr, dass es dir gefällt.

    Here's a new one, 1/2 hour or so. Hard Light

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    There is a very nice light and mood in some of these!

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    woww a loot of updates here ... i have rotrings 2 ... 3 or 4 all sizes ... i must make something whit them ) ooo well ... nice updates keep them coming ...

    hope to c ya at my sb sometimes ... cheers

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    Cloister: Thanks man!

    m0uS3r: Thx, I'll be working my ass off to show off some more work in the near future. About the rotrings: I wish I had a black one, the metallic one really hurts your eyes when you're painting in bright sunlight. I don't use the other pencils now I got the rotrings. Hope they make it to 2060 when I retire.

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    "Lost Coast Vista". Yeah, I know I suck.

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    I R 2 LAZY. I H8.

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    50% hardness on standard round brush rocks your efficiency!

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    Woah,your enviros are sooo cool!!

    You are in the right way with faces,just keep an eye on proportions!Do a lot of studies before paint portraits,because these use to be very frustrating,so it&#180;s better to draw from imagination....and maybe strange faces or comic faces instead of realistic faces,is more fun and better for practise in my opinion!

    Cheers!

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